The bridge that carries the Interstate Highway 101 bridge over James River has been closed for repairs.

The bridge was built in the mid-1990s to carry freight between New York City and Toronto.

The span was built by Walgreens King and Queen for a company that had bought the bridge in 2001.

It was used to carry goods between the two cities and to the airport, according to the National Transportation Safety Board.

The company later sold it to Walgreens.

The last crossing of the James river is between the bridge and the highway bridge, according the bridge company.

The James River is the James Strait.

The Ontario Provincial Police say they have received complaints about the closure of the bridge, and are looking into the matter.